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Inpatient Oncology Physician Assistant
An award-winning acute care hospital located on Long Island is currently searching for an experienced Inpatient Oncology Nurse Practitioner to join their clinically advanced team.
This not-for-profit healthcare system is known as one of the largest emergency medicine providers in the Long Island region and is responsible for over 25,000 inpatient admissions annually. This hospital has multiple award-winning service lines including cardiac care, oncology, maternal and pediatric services, respiratory care, neurology, and surgical services. This facility is fully accredited by the Joint Commission and strives to continuously provide the highest quality healthcare to the residents of Long Island. Roughly two decades ago, this hospital received a Comprehensive Cancer Program designation by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons. The Inpatient Oncology Nurse Practitioner will join a team of dedicated personnel who provide care for more than 100,000 patients each and every year.
The Inpatient Oncology Nurse Practitioner will work alongside with the hospital’s expert oncologists, surgeons, nurses, and many other ancillary staff that specialize in not only the diagnosis but also the treatment of cancer. This medical institution is known to utilize a patient-centered approach when diagnosing and treating symptoms of cancer by remaining calm and viewing the whole patient both physically and emotionally. The Cancer Center at this award-winning hospital has been recognized by numerous esteemed organizations as a Gold Seal of Approval Cancer Center by the Joint Commission and has been named a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology.
The Inpatient Oncology Nurse Practitioner will work within a cancer center that is accustomed to diagnosing and treating a number of diseases including cancer of the brain and spine, breast, colorectal, gynecologic, head and neck, lung, prostate, and skin. This oncology department is determined to expand cancer research while delivering the latest and most advanced cancer care. The Inpatient Oncology Nurse Practitioner will be a vital member of the oncology nursing leadership team as they will be responsible for attaining full patient medical histories, performing physical exams, diagnosing medical issues, providing adequate medical treatment, ordering medications, performing invasive and non-invasive procedures, and educating both staff and patients alike.
This hospital is located in a suburb of New York City and is able to offer residents with a rural feel while not being far from busy city settings. The Inpatient Oncology Nurse Practitioner will work in an area of Long Island that attracts many young professionals. There are many coffee shops, restaurants, and parks nearby to explore.
This respectable healthcare facility is prepared to offer a competitive salary including a suitable benefit package.